Beyoncé, famous for not allowing anyone to edit her photos, has her fans outraged over the unrealistic fashion sketch by designer Roberto Cavalli.
Cavalli’s sketch features a super-stretched Beyoncé in a multicolored silk gown that was “created exclusively for her ‘The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.’” Her body is nearly unrecognizable; however, Cavalli claims that fans are overreacting , New York Daily News reported .
“If this is supposed to be a sketch of Beyoncé, why not actually draw Beyoncé instead of some imaginative image which fits the status quo for sickly looking runway models?” one Facebook user wrote.
Cavalli’s team responded on its Facebook page by pointing out that the image is “a sketch and not a photo, and therefore, it is only meant to be a stylized and artistic vision.”
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